FINALLY:<br><br>Apple has taken responsibility for the horrible OS X internet experience and they are releasing their own browser<br><br>Pro Tools 6 for OS X was released for $75, the biggest software announcement for me<br><br>The 'Charging for iApps' is much ado about nothing<br><br>They are pissing in Microsoft's Cheerios with Keynote<br><br>The Powerbooks look sweet, with Apple finally putting out a decent sub-notebook<br><br>All in all, A GREAT KEYNOTE!!<br><br>
Heh heh - all the doomsayers proclaiming they're abandoning the Mac because Apple is going to charge for all of the iApps! I have to laugh at them now. People told them "it's just a rumour" but they wouldn't listen. People said "it's probably iMovie and iDVD but they were paid upgrades before" and they wouldn't listen. Well, only iDVD is a charged product that comes free with new Macs anyway so... BWWAAA HA HA HA!<br><br>
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